Baltimore County police have released more information about the multiple stabbings that occurred Tuesday in Garrison.
Investigators, however, have not yet charged anyone in the case or determined the cause of the argument or who fired a gunshot.
At about 3:45 p.m. a white Crown Victoria carrying five people arrived at a townhouse at 9 Spectator Lane. An argument and stabbings occurred on the front lawn, according to a police statement released on Wednesday.
Three people were stabbed. One of the victims, a 20-year-old man who arrived in the car, received a potentially life-threatening stab wound, according to the statement.
Before Pikesville precinct police arrived at the scene, acquaintances of the 20-year-old drove him to Northwest Hospital for treatment.
He was later transferred to another hospital, where he is now in stable condition, the statement showed.
The two other victims—a 19-year-old male and a 25-year-old female—are residents of the townhouse. Both were also taken to Northwest Hospital where they received treatment and were released, according to police.
A gunshot, which did not strike a person but did strike the Crown Victoria, was also reported.
Detectives are still investigating who shot the bullet and what caused the initial argument, according to the statement.
Charges in the case are pending further investigation, according to police.
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